On 10/7/06, firstname.lastname@example.org <
I am reading an amazing article on Wikisource, [[Alcibiades]]. It is well written and likely to be a featured article soon. My only contention is this
I wonder how many of those can be Wikisource sources.
After a bit of searching I've compiled a list of links of those works listed under [[Alcibiades#Primary sources]]. A couple I couldn't find at all, but a good portion of them are listed below in case anyone wants to add some of these sources to WS before [[Alcibiades]] becomes featured.
Also, I noticed that WS is relatively deficient in terms of classical authors; we've got very few Greek or Roman works. This might also be a good time to increase what we have in this area. It might take a little bit of internet detective work to do, as Gutenberg isn't overflowing with classical works, either.
Aristotle's Constitutions of the Athenians
Aristotle's Posterior Analytics